Xiaomi’s MIUI is shared by Mi, Redmi and Poco units. Poco, which withdrew its MIUI 12 update for Poco F1 not too long ago, has performed it once more for its mid-ranger. As per current experiences, the corporate has pulled again the MIUI 12 for the Poco X2 (evaluation) citing bugs and glitches as causes.
The knowledge, as reported by PiunikaWeb, was notified on the Poco’s official telegram channels of India, and World handles. As per the notification, the MIUI 12 update has been pulled again because of glitches and bugs. A extra steady model is reported to be coming within the subsequent few days.
The corporate had truly began rolling out the update not too long ago and since Poco doesn’t have a devoted group web page aside from Mi group which is banned now, customers shared them on Social media like Twitter. Sadly, the brand new update will need to have arrived with out correct pilot testing however from the screenshots, it positive regarded like a steady model.
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A fast rollout that acquired pulled again very quickly
The update had a construct quantity V22.214.171.124.QGHINXM and weighed 813MB in measurement. Nonetheless, not everybody obtained it as few customers on the identical platform commented that they hadn’t obtained it.
This isn’t the one time Poco has made a u-turn concerning the update. Just lately, the corporate needed to postpone the MIUI 12 updates on the Poco F1 for unknown causes and an official from Poco India stated that the update will arrive within the subsequent few weeks.
Whereas the rationale for the delay on the Poco F1 is unknown, it’s attainable that the Poco X2 update backfired with lack of testing. Nonetheless, the corporate has been promptly updating its world units.
Extra delays for Poco units in India
The present flagship of Poco, the Poco F2 Pro which is a world model of the Ok30 Pro in China, began receiving MIUI 12 primarily based on the Android 10 update not too long ago.
Equally, Mi 8 in China, which has similarities to the Poco F1 in India, began receiving the update for MIUI 12 not too long ago. But when we contemplate Indian units, they’ve been caught in a loop of postponed updates. After all, there have to be a cause for this delay, and we hope the corporate fixes the problems quickly.
That stated, Poco GM Manmohan confirmed that Poco X2 will get the Android 11 update however it’s unlikely for the two-year-old Poco F1. Additionally, Xiaomi not too long ago stated that it will likely be rolling an MIUI 12 for India with out banned apps and it will likely be fascinating to see if that model will trickle right down to the Poco units as effectively.